‘HE IS A WARRIOR’: Trump Nabs Endorsement From 2016 Primary Challenger


Former President Donald Trump has actually secured a considerable recommendation in his bid to retake the White Home. Today, one of his primary opponents from the 2016 election, former Lousiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, revealed his support for Trump, pointing at his leadership and determination.

In a series of tweets, Jindal praised Trump’s policies and stances during his presidency, lauding his efforts in the Middle East, particularly his steadfast support for Israel. He worried that Trump’s foreign policy focus remained in sharp contrast to the present administration, particularly his stance on China. According to Jindal, Trump was the “very first president to properly identify China as America’s top security hazard.”

Jindal also highlighted Trump’s financial and domestic policies, particularly the efforts towards American energy self-reliance and the battle against crony commercialism in health care. Trump’s border policies likewise received commendation for enhancing security and curbing controlled substance trade.

However, Jindal’s recommendation wasn’t solely about praising Trump’s past accomplishments. It was likewise a require unity amongst Republicans. Jindal kept in mind, “We Republicans need to stop helping [Democrats] by fighting amongst ourselves, and rather, unify to win the general election.”

Jindal functioned as the 55th Governor of Louisiana from 2008 to 2016. He was the very first person of Indian descent to be chosen guv in the United States. Jindal was chosen to the U.S. Legislature, representing Louisiana’s first district from 2005 to 2008. Before his time in Congress, Jindal functioned as the Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Being Solutions for Preparation and Evaluation in President George W. Bush’s administration.

Jindal likewise held state positions in Louisiana, including acting as the Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals and later as the president of the University of Louisiana System. Jindal’s political profession is likewise marked by his bids for the U.S. presidency. He announced his candidateship for the Republican nomination in the 2016 U.S. presidential election but later withdrew from the race.

The now-Trump ally further alerted of the alarming scenario the nation is presently in, stating, “We are in risk of losing this nation. The wolf is at the door.” He slammed the present administration for its perceived erosion of the nation’s essential structures.

Closing his series of tweets, Jindal acknowledged that Trump may not be the most friendly figure but asserted that his warrior-like qualities are specifically what the country requires at this point. “Trump may not be warm and cuddly, but he is a warrior, and that is what we need today.”

Looking ahead to 2024, Trump is the clear-cut favorite to win the GOP’s election. RealClearPolitics has Trump leading with a significant margin over other Republican contenders, including Florida Guv Ron DeSantis. The RCP average has Trump around 57.8 and DeSantis in second at 12.8, a powerful lead.

Nikki Haley has actually trailed in 3rd with 6%, and no other prospect exceeded the 3% mark. Both Chris Christie and Vivek Ramaswamy had 3% support, followed by Doug Burgum and Mike Pence at 2%. Tim Scott and Asa Hutchinson hardly make a mark with less than 1%. Trump’s influence appears to be growing gradually.